Caorunn Scottish Gin
Caorunn Scottish Gin is made with the world's only working copper berry chamber and the vapour infusion method. Notes of orang oil and rosemary on the palate.
|Country Of Origin||Scotland|
Balmenach is known for its rich single malt that is very representative of the Speyside style. It will no doubt become known for its gin also, thanks to Caorunn – pronounced ‘ka-roon’.
Appearance : Colourless with glints of iris.
Nose : Precise, clean. Smooth expression with notes of coriander, juniper berries, cloves and toasted barley. It then develops lavender, gentian root and roasted fruit (pineapple, banana). Punctuated with a hint of rubber (tyres).
Palate : Unctuous, mellow. Very different from the nose, fresh fruit (pears, apples), orange flowers and vanilla are firmly defined. It becomes increasingly smooth and enriched with heady, liquoricey flavours of star anise and aniseed.
Overall : Soft, caressing. Nettles, ivy, mint and cypress express notes of chlorophyll. These are accompanied by juicy oranges. Lingers naturally with fir tree honey. The empty glass is spicy and very slightly smoky.